Arravale Rovers celebrate a great year of juvenile success

Arravale Rovers celebrate a great year of juvenile success
Arravale Rovers celebrated the achievements of all juvenile members over the past twelve months on Saturday evening last with a medal presentation in the club rooms before a huge crowd.It was one of the club’s best seasons in many years and Tom O’Donoghue presented the medals much to the delight of all players and parents. The club made a special presentation to Tom and also Liam O’Dwyer, Eddie Moroney, Sean T O’Connor and John Cummins.

Arravale Rovers celebrated the achievements of all juvenile members over the past twelve months on Saturday evening last with a medal presentation in the club rooms before a huge crowd.It was one of the club’s best seasons in many years and Tom O’Donoghue presented the medals much to the delight of all players and parents. The club made a special presentation to Tom and also Liam O’Dwyer, Eddie Moroney, Sean T O’Connor and John Cummins.

The club was delighted to welcome back the management and team of the last team to win an U14 County title in 1987. Andy Lacey the manager of the 1987 team said a few words on behalf of the team. New team photographs were unveiled by JJ Bennett Clubhouse.  

The club wishes to thank all players, parents, coaches, volunteers and any one else who gave of their time to assist and support the club during the year. Merry Christmas and have a peaceful new year. 

Arravale Rovers juvenile disco will be held on December 20 in Kiely’s Bakers nightclub at 8.30pm. Check Facebook for more details. Arravale Rovers victory dance will be held in Aherlow House Hotel on

February 22, tickets are priced at €25 and available from any club member.

Tipperary Club

At a recent meeting held in the pitch and putt clubhouse, a number of issues were discussed including the increase in traffic, speeding, the upkeep and repair of the stonewall on the old monastery road. Also discussed was illegal dumping and dog fouling on the hills. Tidy towns, FAS and TUS were complimented on their work. Plans for 2014 include more colour and biodiversity for the Hills and adjacent areas and perhaps the planting of a number of new hedgerows. The area next to St. Johns famine graveyard was mentioned as a local interest. The relocation of the pylon was also discussed. The pitch and putt club were thanked for the use of their clubhouse and their work on the hills. Looking forward to 2014 and the continuous involvement of residents for the future enhancement of the area.